AsapSCIENCE's Mitch Moffit on creative bravery, Queer Engineer's Cel Welch on solving people problems, and Kale Edmiston on what research—and researchers—owe our trans (and more) communities.
In Content Creators, a message from Mitch Moffit of AsapSCIENCE: “It's not that you always have to be like, ‘Hey, I'm going to talk about queer science.’ I love that, and that's so important, but just being yourself and representing yourself is so meaningful.”
In Orgs to Know, it's Cel Welch of Queer Engineer: "I wouldn’t be able to live with myself if I wasn’t doing everything I could to help solve this problem. Engineering is the coolest thing in the world to me, and I want more people to feel like they can carve out a niche for themselves."
In Contributor Highlight, Professor of Psychiatry Kale Edmiston: “Transgender people are often treated as objects of fascination and curiosity by scientists. Research must be done with humility, and in service of our communities.”
Tanith Hackney on the Bio-Diverse Project, Jordan Harrod on AI and the queer community, and Dr. Arti Agrawal serves a powerful mix of science and social justice.